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# Sensibility/sensitivity of VQSR processed VCF

Member Posts: 31
edited February 2013

Hi all,
I've somewhere in this site that before VQSR the FP rate is expected to be around 10% (I guess for UnifiedGenotyper). Are there some updated statistics for VQRS? For HaplotypeCaller? For Exome/WG data?
Another thing: we apply VQRS on all our analysis, we are trying to collect some validation statistics. We suspect that most of the FP have some particular "culprits" in VQRS (especially QD and MQ). Do you have some data about this?
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